T.I., who is serving a 366-day sentence after pleading guilty to gun charges in March, has reportedly been transferred from Arkansas’ low-security Forrest City facility to a halfway house in his Atlanta hometown. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, T.I. will spend the remainder of his sentence — currently scheduled to end March 26, 2010, according to the Bureau of Prisons — at Dismas Charities Atlanta West, where the rapper will be allowed more contact with his family and possibly the ability to leave the house during regular work hours. “They decided that three months in a halfway house would assist him with reentering society,” T.I.’s attorney Steve Sadow told E! News.
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